Three Ways to Use 60,000 Ultimate Rewards Points

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What can you do with 60,000 Ultimate Rewards Points?

Not only is it easy to earn lots of Ultimate Reward points with the combination of the Chase Sapphire Preferred®, Ink Plus, and Chase Freedom, this flexible rewards currency is very easy to use and can get you anywhere on your travel bucket list. Here’s 3 ways you can put your Ultimate Rewards points to work for you.

1. Transfer to any of Chase’s 10 Ultimate Rewards Transfer Partners

Ultimate Rewards points transfer to 11 top hotel and airline parters representing multiple property groups and airline alliances including United (Star Alliance), British Airways (oneworld), Korean (SkyTeam), AirFrance/KLM (SkyTeam), Southwest, Hyatt, Marriott and more. Points transfer 1:1 to these partners with no waiting time and give you flexibility to earn now, and transfer to the program you want to use them in when you’re ready.

Stay 2 nights at the Park Hyatt Sydney with points transferred direct to Hyatt: Value $2200

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2. Redeem your points in the Ultimate Rewards Store

The signup bonus of 60,000 points has the value of $750 which you can use to purchase travel directly through the  Ultimate Rewards store. Book rental cars, hotels, and airfares directly. This option is good for lost cost fares and can be very useful for families needing to book award travel for multiple passengers during peak holiday times. Plus, you can book flights on airlines that you may not be able to book through transfer partners.

Book a ticket to a dream destination during peak time when award seats are hard to find: Value $750

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3. Pool your Personal and Business Points

You can combine the points you earn on your Ink Plus card with points Ultimate Rewards points you’ve earned through your Chase personal cards — like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Freedom Unlimited. This not only gives you more earning power for all your business and personal expenses, it gives you even more flexibility to spend your points for big redemptions.

Fly Trans-Pacific First Class in Singapore Suites: Value $7,860

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